Bridal Style : Mehandi design for a bride who feels simplicity is best. This package includes mehandi similar to the indo-moghul style, on both sides of the hands up to the wrists and feet. The Elegant Bridal package. Intricate artwork creating contemporary or traditional designs on both sides of the hands up to the wrists and feet. The Star Bridal package. For the creative bride seeking the traditional look. This includes The Elegant Bridal Package as above but with more emphasis on the detail. The Royal Bridal package. Includes The Star Bridal Package with detailed mehandi entirely covering the palms extending to the elbows. It also includes arm bands and part of the back. Complimentary sparkle of gems and glitter to match your outfit. Complimentary menhdi strips for 2 of your bridesmaids. One hour unlimited mehandi strips/tattoos for your guests at the mehandi night.
Arabic Style : The Arabic style of mehandi is very diverse, but the term is often used to describe floral designs, designs that leave some open space, or designs that don't have motifs such as peacocks or faces, etc... A collection of arabic designs for the palm, fingers and arm. Mix and match them to create a design that fits your taste! This style tends to be less detailed and intricate. Don't get me wrong, its still very beautiful. Instead of having fill-ins it is just colored in boldly. Arbi designs don't necessarly cover your hands or feet all the way. They tend to be "kula kula" which means open or flowing. Many popular Arbi designs are vines and leaves with beautiful flowers. This makes it an excellent and perfect candidate, if you want to have a bail going down your arm or leg.
African Style : This style is mainly bold. No fine lines or fill-in are used but it's still extremely different from Arbi mehandi. How, you ask? Well these designs consist of geometric shapes and figures, also many lines and dots. It is very simple, but very pretty.
Indian Style : The most famous design for Indian mehandi is a big dot or figure in the middle of the palm, with finger tips colored completely. How did this style become so famous?? Moving towards complex mehandi patterns we see highly detailed and fine designs. Such designs are sketched on important occasions like wedding, nikka etc. Such designs are hard to master and they can take hours just to finish one hands design. Mostly such mehandi designs are worn by Indian brides.
There are various designs under Indian Style Mehandi as mentioned below :